[Tagging] Dress Code proposal

Tom Morris tom at tommorris.org
Wed Oct 23 09:59:29 UTC 2013


I'm not sure what doesn't make sense about it.

Phone numbers apply to mobile phones which move between locations.

Phone numbers also apply to businesses which do not move between locations nearly as much.

Planes, trains and ferries and buses offer things like wifi, alcohol, disabled access and lavatories. That doesn't mean that we do not include that data on the map for buildings.

I'm not sure I understand the logic of "some non-mappable things have a particular property, therefore there's no validity in being able to apply the property to things which are on the map".

Nothing in the proposal suggested applying the tag to events as events are not in OpenStreetMap. Indeed, it pointed to a large variety of geographical locations that have dress codes, some of which have been in the same location and had a dress code for many decades.

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Tom Morris
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On 23 October 2013 at 09:51:31, Frederik Ramm (frederik at remote.org) wrote:
>
>Hi,
>
>On 10/23/2013 09:50 AM, Tom Morris wrote:
>> I have just put up a draft proposal for tagging venues with dress code.
>
>Are you sure that this isn't taking things a bit too far for a
>geographic database? Dresscodes will often apply to events, not
>locations; events can move between locations. It doesn't seem to make a
>lot of sense to me!
>
>Bye
>Frederik
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